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Molecular spectroscopy of oxide surfaces

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Published by Wiley in Chichester, West Sussex, England, Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

  • Metallic oxides -- Surfaces -- Analysis.,
  • Molecular spectroscopy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [559]-641) and index.

    StatementAnatoli Davydov ; edited by N.T. Sheppard.
    ContributionsSheppard, N..
    LC ClassificationsQD509.M46 .D38 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 668 p. :
    Number of Pages668
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17982839M
    ISBN 10047198731X
    LC Control Number2002191080

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Molecular Spectroscopy of Oxide Catalyst Surfaces. have played key roles in establishing the concepts of coordination chemistry occurring at the surfaces of solids. This book describes the development of the principals of coordination chemistry of oxide surfaces using analyses of data obtained by these methods.

Anatoli Davydov is the. This book is supposed to be on molecular spectroscopy; however, it almost exclusively focuses on IR, and very limited UV-vis and Raman data on the same systems are presented. This lack of corresponding complementary molecular spectro-scopic measurements compromises the maximum impact of this book on describing the surface chemistry of oxide.

As in the study of transition metal complexes in solution, molecular spectroscopic methods - principally the infrared, ultraviolet/visible and electron spin resonance spectroscopies - have played key roles in establishing the concepts of coordination chemistry occurring at the surfaces of solids.

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Interactions of Inorganic Compounds with Oxide Surface Active Sites. Anatoli Davydov. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Search for more papers by this author. Book Author(s): Anatoli Davydov.

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Syntroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Molecular Spectroscopy of Oxide Catalyst Surfaces.

We have used ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy (UPS), LEED and Auger spectroscopy to study the interaction of adsorbed molecules with transition-metal-oxide surfaces.

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Brian E. Hayden, in The Chemical Physics of Solid Surfaces, 1 INTRODUCTION. Vibrational spectroscopy of surfaces has proved itself a powerful tool for the study of both clean and adsorbate covered surfaces.

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The molecular and electronic structures of the dehydrated supported metal oxides and the SiO 2 support were determined by combined in situ Raman, IR, and UV−vis spectroscopy under dehydrated conditions.

In situ Raman characterization reveals that the supported metal oxides are only present as surface species below the maximum dispersion limit. Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy.

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PEXAFS has several unique advantages over other EXAFS methods that should make it attractive for use by other surface scientists. We have applied it to studies of the oxidation of technologically Author: G.M.

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